The celebrities denounced a ‘new anti-Semitism’ in France marked by ‘Islamist radicalisation’ after a string of murders of Jews.
French parliament voted late Tuesday on a measure which would strip citizenship from those convicted of terror-related offences.
The Vatican newspaper has lashed out against a portrayal of a blood-stained terrorist God on the cover of Charlie Hebdo’s special issue commemorating one year since the terror attack on its Paris office in which 11 people were killed.
One year since a shooting attack at its Paris office killed 11, French satirical magazine will print a controversial cover naming God as the culprit.
Worrying new statistics out of Germany show a significant rise in anti-Semitic crimes committed in 2014, after a drop in 2013.
Critics say the oversight role is illusory and that the law effectively centralizes surveillance power in the hands of just a few individuals.
A genuine fear of retribution for a “blasphemous” statement has subdued the will to stand up for one’s own beliefs, values and the right to speak out.
The PEN award to the survivors of the Charlie Hebdo massacre has drawn some very distinguished fire.
In a recent interview, US National Security Adviser Susan Rice rebuked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his upcoming speech to Congress.
France is currently tracking hundreds of suspects who may be involved in sleeper cells for various terror groups.